Among the charges he faces are organising public assemblies without permit, vandalism, and refusing to sign police statements.
The 37-year-old had organised 3 public assemblies without obtaining permits for them.
The first was on 26 Nov last year, when he allegedly facilitated live transmission of a speech by Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong.
The second involved activities on an MRT train on 3 June this year to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Operation Spectrum – the incident where 22 people were arrested for allegedly plotting a Marxist conspiracy to overthrow the Government.
The last illegal assembly was on 13 July, where Wham held a demonstration outside Changi Prison Complex calling for a stay of execution for convicted drug trafficker Prabagaran Srivijayan.
Wham’s vandalism charge relates to the sticking of 2 pieces of paper on a train panel on 3 June.
One piece of the paper read “MARXIST CONSPIRACY? #notodetentionwithouttrial”, and the other, “JUSTICE FOR OPERATION SPECTRUM SURVIVORS #notodetentionwithouttrial”.
If found guilty of organising a public assembly without police permit, Wham can be fined up to S$10,000 and/or jailed up to 6 months per charge, as he would be a repeat offender.
If found guilty of vandalism, he can be jailed up to 3 years, and a fined up to S$2,000.
For refusing to sign police statements, he can jailed for up to 3 months and/or fined up to S$2,500.